PCR Educator Sees "Movement to the Cloud" Trend Growing Among Independent Schools

Private institutions are beginning to move their school data to the cloud with increasing speed.
By: David Stadulis
April 25, 2012 - PRLog -- PCR Educator, a leader in School Information Systems, is observing a developing trend within its customer base. Client-server configurations, once the primary configuration for school information management, have seen a major decline. In their place, cloud platforms are rapidly becoming the standard. This migration has aggressively accelerated in 2012.

Cloud implementations have 'mobile' advantages

As the tablet market explodes, many schools are seeking a browser based solution that solves the mobility puzzle. Access on the go is becoming a need rather then a desire. This is compounded by the 1:1 teaching movement underscoring a need for data access and collaboration in real-time.

Simplified support through the cloud

PCR Educator has seen service approval rates among cloud clients skyrocket. The number one benefit these clients have associated with the service is back-end support.  One unnamed client found that migration had "given system administrators the ability to focus on problem solving instead of maintenance" furthermore asserting that "the cloud has provided a welcome respite from the technological pitfalls associated with managing a localized infrastructure."

PCR Educator as a solution

Institutions seeking to move their data into the cloud have several options. One of these is the PCR Campus '12 SaaS platform.  For more information on this and other services from PCR Educator, please visit http://www.pcreducator.com or give us a call at (301) 947-7380.
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